names like "gimp pattern #1"  are shown in gimp when more than one
pattern has the same name ('gimp pattern' is the default pattern name
when saving.). Most likely, your pattern was in a specific directory,
that used to be included in the list of directories to look for
patterns in. compare your  preferences relating to patterns for 1.2
and 2.4.


On Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 2:11 AM, Andrei Simion <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I know that Gimp patterns are actually files having the extension .pat.
> I want to upgrade from an older version of Gimp (1.2) to 2.4.
>
> When applying a pattern called 'GIMP Pattern #1' in 1.2 and 2.4 it does
> not produce the same result. I'd like to know where do the patterns of
> this type reside. I mean I could find the pattern files directory, but
> there are no patterns of type 'Gimp Pattern #<n>' neither on 1.2 nor on 2.2.
>
> If there's a mapping between these patterns and the pattern file names,
> I'd be glad if you could let me know. If these patterns don not
> correspond to pattern files, then the question is if they create the
> same image with the newer versions of the Gimp. According to my tests
> they are not.
>
> Regards,
> Andrei
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